CBE Update Fall 2022
Ken Elliott Joins CBE Hall of Fame
This past spring, the department made Ken Elliott (BS ’42) its latest edition to its Hall of Fame. Elliott, who […]
At 76, TCE Alumnus Harold Conner is Still Excited about New Opportunities
TCE alumnus Harold Conner has had a successful career in the nuclear energy enterprise and considers himself a lifelong learner.
Frymier takes over as Interim Department Head
Professor Paul Frymier has begun his role as interim CBE department head while remaining Tickle College of Engineering associate dean […]
Momentum Through Collaboration
CBE associate professor Steve Abel and MABE associate professor Andy Sarles use their expertise to bridge the gap between biology, materials science, and engineering disciplines.
The future of electric vertical take-off and landing systems is well underway thanks to UT-led Army project featuring faculty spanning four TCE disciplines.
Gila Stein and Michael Kilby seek to develop techniques or treatments that prevent marine fouling without causing damage to nearby marine life.
UT–ORNL Governor’s Chair Rigoberto Advincula works with a team that spans several universities to develop new materials and manufacturing methods.
Shippy’s Relationship with UTRF Inventors Spans Three Decades
UTRF profiled CBE doctoral student Lee Shippy and his relationship with his longtime mentors, Professor Pete Counce and Adjunct Professor Jack Watson.
Ha Selected for Advanced Undergraduate Research Activity Program
Senior Khanh Ha was selected for the Advanced Undergraduate Research Activity (AURA) program, which promotes research for undergraduate students at UT.
Ragauskas Honored by Royal Society of Chemistry with Environment Prize
The Royal Society of Chemistry awarded UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair Art Ragauskas its 2022 Environment Prize for his role in the development and refinement of plant-based fuels.